Nizam Hassan

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The write is based in Awaran, Balochistan and teaches at the Delta language center Quetta.

A cry for help; Yemen’s humanitarian crisis

Yemen witnesses a desperate humanitarian crisis. Ranging from mass casualties caused by aerial and ground conflicts between Houthis and Saudi led coalition forces to...

Awaran and the Fate of Internees

Attaining the status of a district in 1992, Awaran, which is in the South of the province of Balochistan, emerged slowly and gradually as...

Op-ed: Picturing a depressed Balochistan

Gross violation of human rights, dilapidated law and order, dwindled health and education sectors, growing poverty; this is a problematic reflection of a province...

Why is UN nowhere to be seen in Afghanistan?

Problems, deficiencies, carnage of unarmed civilians; this is what Afghanistan is brimful of. Wherever the eye looks, nothing is visible but a situation clamoring...

Why is the female literacy rate in Balochistan the lowest in the world?

Educated women demonstrate a significant role in the development and progress of a nation. Today, nations who have paid tremendous services to women education...

How to develop critical thinking of Pakistani students?

Understanding students' psychology immensely helps to improve learning and boost up cognitive skills of students. It plays a decisive role in recognizing weak as...

Breast cancer awareness: Is Pakistan doing enough?

Breast cancer remains a deadly disease which devours thousands of lives annually in the world. For past decades, the mortality ratio caused by the...

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